Affordable EyeTracking – working towards a new camera PCB

We keep coming back to the basic fact that we need to know what the eyeballs are doing. This requires an eye tracker which does what we want (particularly, with a software API which doesn’t assume both eyes are coordinating in the usual way!) at a price we can afford. The corollary to this is…

Hackademy – hacking Google Cardboard V2

Rather than implementing a new VR Headset for EyeSkills, could we push the price-point down even further, by hacking the standard Google Cardboard V2 design?¬† That’s one of the questions we explored last weekend at Careable’s first Hackademy! The standard design has a capacitive button which touches the screen as user input when the user…

Another iteration of our “eye observation” open-hardware

Our goal is to get objective feedback about eye position and behaviour, which requires some sort of eye tracking.¬† A decent eye-tracking headset costs anywhere between $400¬† and $10,000 dollars…¬† which is just too much for the majority of the world who earn less than $10 a day. So, lets make it affordable!